Kansas Department of Health and Environment: Kansas Information for Communities

Kansas Information for Communities History

 

KIC History

Kansas Information for Communities (KIC) started in 2000 as a query tool. Since then it has grown to include FastStats, Legislative Reports, Community Profiles and links to other health information and data sources.

Core query programming KIC was developed by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services and adopted by the State of Kansas.  The graphics were developed using gd by Thomas Bouell and the database by using GNU database GDBM.  This program cannot be copied in any form without the written permission of the Missouri Department of Health.

Development of this Web Site is supported in part by project U93 MC00139-03 as a Special Project of Regional and National Significance (SPRANS), Title V (as amended), Social Security Act, administered by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration, United States Department of Health and Human Services. and by a grant from the Kansas Health Foundation.

This page updated August 31, 2012.